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Choosing Radiators for Your New Home

8 January 2020

When you move into a new home, there are plenty of things that need your attention. So many things, in fact, that radiators are often relegated to the bottom of the list of things to do. A little bit of forethought in the early planning stages and you can make sure you get a set of radiators that complement the design of your house, rather than feeling tacked on.

Here are some top tips for choosing the ideal designer radiators for your new house.


While aesthetics are important when choosing the ideal radiator for your new home, heat output is even more so. By using our online British Thermal Unit (BTU) calculator you can determine how much heat output is needed to warm your room and be able to choose your new radiators more effectively.


Generally, the larger the radiator, the greater the heat output. You will already know by now just how many BTU you need to heat your room, so you needn’t go large just for the sake of it. Smaller radiators with greater heat efficiency make for an excellent choice too.

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Bathroom Design Trends for 2020

4 December 2019

stainless steel bathroom radiator

While most rooms in the house are given a makeover once every 5 to 10 years, on average, the humble bathroom can take up to twice as long to be refurbished. That hardly seems fair to us, so why not make 2020 the year in which you treat your bathroom to a fresh new look?

Here’s what’s currently trending in bathroom design, and is likely to do so as we enter the new year.

Keeping it compact

The bathroom is traditionally one of the smallest rooms in the house, so it makes sense to maximise space through compact design.

Many designers are producing fixtures and fittings to a smaller scale, without compromising quality.

An eye for colour

While white is still popular as a base canvas for your bathroom, people are looking more at striking contrast details for the basins and toilets. Black is very popular, as are grey and charcoal, but any sharp contrast in shade will prove effective.

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